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B.C. Green Caucus responds to government overdose emergency response plan

VICTORIA, B.C. - “The introduction of B.C.’s new Overdose Emergency Response Centre and five new regional response teams could not have come soon enough,” said Sonia Furstenau, MLA for Cowichan Valley, of today’s announcement.

B.C. Greens make the case for cancelling Site C in open letter to government

VICTORIA, B.C. - B.C. Green MLAs Andrew Weaver, Sonia Furstenau and Adam Olsen sent an open letter today to Premier Horgan and Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources Michelle Mungall making the case for cancelling Site C.

Weaver statement on World AIDS Day

VICTORIA B.C. – Andrew Weaver, leader of the B.C. Green Party, issued the following statement on World AIDS Day 2017:

“World AIDS Day continues to serve as an international reminder of the horrendous plight of HIV/AIDS in the modern world. We must pay it heed, particularly because the disease’s significance and impact seems to increasingly fade from the forefront of many people’s minds.

Matt Toner steps down as B.C. Green Party deputy leader

VICTORIA B.C. – As the first sitting of the new British Columbia legislature comes to an end, Matt Toner, one of two B.C. Green Party deputy leaders, has announced that he has stepped down from his position. He remains an active member of the B.C. Green Party, supporting party growth in Metro Vancouver. 

B.C. Green Caucus celebrates B.C. Green policies implemented during first session

VICTORIA, B.C. - At the conclusion of the first legislative session under a minority government, the B.C. Green Caucus is celebrating a number of landmark accomplishments. The Party signed a Confidence and Supply Agreement with the B.C. NDP in May which included a number of key B.C. Green platform commitments that have now come to fruition.

“The B.C. Greens campaigned on change you can count on, and I am pleased to say we have begun to deliver on that promise,” said Weaver.

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